As the world begins to slowly emerge from remote work, government agencies are reviewing ways to maintain productivity, boost collaboration and appeal to a workforce that spent the first 18 months working in pajama pants while children and pets played in the background. The workforce that emerged from the pandemic has increased cloud use for operations, which is highly digitized and more mobile than ever before.
But even as organizations find ways to continue working in secure, remote and mobile environments, new questions arise. Among them is how to streamline collaboration and maintain connections, enable training and motivation for employees to embrace new technologies.
A Google Cloud roundtable discussion tapped into how Google Workspace is helping answer these questions for government organizations by providing a single, connected experience for workers to seamlessly collaborate whether they are at home, in an office or on the go.